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Pedestrian Struck Near Arlington High School

Incidents and arrests in Arlington from Thursday to Sunday, Nov. 8-11.

The following information comes from the Arlington Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Pedestrian Struck Near Arlington High School

A female walking toward Arlington Center on Mass. Ave. Friday afternoon was struck by a vehicle when she was crossing Lockeland Avenue, across from Arlington High School, according to police.

Police, fire and rescue were dispatched to the scene at 2:41 p.m. Friday, shortly after the high school’s dismissal.

The female was knocked to the ground during the collision, police said. She told police that she was experiencing pain in her left arm. She was treated at the scene and then taken to a local hospital by Lexington Rescue.

She also told police that cars exiting Lockeland Avenue had stopped for her when she decided to cross. She said she was struck when she was about halfway across the street.

The driver told police that she was crossing over Mass. Ave. from Schouler Court at the time of the incident. She said that she had a green light and, due to sun glare, she could not see the female until it was too late. She said she slammed on her brakes at the “very last second.”

There is no painted crosswalk or signal at Lockeland Avenue.

The driver was issued a citation for “failing to slow for a pedestrian in the roadway,” according to police.

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Pickup’s Tire Catches Fire on Mystic Street

Police responded to Mystic Street at 10:13 p.m. Sunday for a report of a vehicle fire. The vehicle’s owner told police that one of his pickup’s tires had somehow caught fire but two pedestrians had been able to put it out.

Vehicle Leaks Gasoline on Linwood Street

Police responded to Linwood Street at 5:51 p.m. Sunday for a report of a vehicle leaking gasoline. The gasoline was spilling in a driveway, according to police. The vehicle was soon towed away.

Vehicle Break-In on Mass. Ave.

A Mass. Ave. resident called police at 1:28 a.m. Saturday after he noticed that the vehicle next to his had had one of its windows smashed and its glove compartment ransacked.

Police caught up with the vehicle’s owner later in the day. He said that his $600 phone was missing from the vehicle.

Witness Stops Man from Breaking Into Car

Police responded to the area of Mass. Ave. and Robbins Road at 5:44 p.m. Thursday for a report of a man using a wire device, possibly a coat hanger, to attempt to break into a car.

A witness told police that the man, who appeared to be in his early to mid 30s, wearing black pants and a black sweatshirt, was attempting to break into a gray Honda Accord when she approached him and asked him what he was doing. The man told the witness that he had locked himself out of his car. The man had fled by the time police arrived. Police later contacted the vehicle’s actual owner, who said nothing was missing.

Mystic Street Fence Damaged

A Mystic Street resident reported at 1:44 p.m. Thursday that someone had knocked over his wooden fence during the day.

 

Notable Incidents from Thursday to Sunday, Nov. 8-11

Sunday, Nov. 11

10:13 p.m., Mystic Street, Motor vehicle fire (see above)

5:51 p.m., Linwood Street, Hazmat leak (see above)

10:06 a.m., Bow Street, Malicious damage to a motor vehicle

Saturday, Nov. 10

3:50 p.m., Lowell Street, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

2:30 p.m., Minuteman bike path, Injury on town property

11:05 a.m., Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

11:05 a.m., Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

11:03 a.m., Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

10:55 a.m., Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

1:28 a.m., Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle (see above)

Friday, Nov. 9

6:59 p.m., Municipal Lot, Mystic Street, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

6:01 p.m., Magnolia Street, Improper use of a credit card under $250

5:11 p.m., Mystic Street, Suspicious condition

2:41 p.m., Lockeland Avenue and Mass. Ave., Motor vehicle crash involving pedestrian (see above)

11:54 a.m., Elmore Street, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

8:55 a.m., Lowell Street, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

8:51 a.m., Sagamore Road, Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle

Thursday, Nov. 8

5:44 p.m., Mass. Ave. and Robbins Road, Attempt to commit a crime (see above)

4:17 p.m., Mystic Bank, Suspicious condition

1:44 p.m., Mystic Street, Malicious destruction of property over $250 (see above)

Don't Tread On Me November 14, 2012 at 08:28 PM
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doing my best November 15, 2012 at 06:02 PM
Re: the incident with the pedestrian... sometimes an accident is just that - an accident. The 4-way intersection at Lockland/MassAve/Schouler Court is definitely a busy one - espcially around start of school & dismissal. There are 2 crosswalks & cross/walk signals for crossing Mass. Ave & 1 for crossing Schouler as well. There is neither a crosswalk nor a crossing/walk signal to use when crossing from the west to the east/ east to the west curbs of Lockeland at Mass. Ave.; no button to push to stop traffic to allow safe passage. Maybe there should be. This was an accident - just an accident; not a careless pedestrian (she started to cross after other cars stopped & indicated to her that she should cross), not a speeding driver (who reports being blinded by solar glare). I am not sure why we need to assign blame to anyone for an accident - they happen. And why anyone would blame the police for not being there on the spot to prevent an accident... well until we have a tool that allows premonitions of where & when an incident will occur, I"m not sure how we can expect that. So we all need to be responsible & do what we can to prevent accidents, but having to blame anyone is just ridiculous. I'm just glad that the injuries sustained were not more severe.

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